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I've got a 97 F350 and I cannnot figure out how to remove the PRND21 selector from the gauge cluster. Also, how do you guys get your hands back behind the cluster to remove the connectors that are pluged in?

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Remove the dash overlay, there are 4 screws holding the cluster, there is a small orange wire holding the prnd21 to the shift arm, and lean it out, disconnect the 3 harnesses in back, remove the see through portion of the cluster and the shift selector should come out

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Here is a tach install write up, but works the same for what your wanting
Older F Series .net ? View topic - HOW-TO: Install Instrument Cluster with Tach

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If you're talking about how to remove the pointer and the cable, you don't. Unless you have to, of course. It's part of the cluster. Disconnect the cable from the selector on the column.

To disconnect the harnesses, you pull the cluster out far enough to reach them.
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there should be two little screwsin the face of the panel. you'll need to use a flash light to see them. there are two slots below the PRND21 the screws will be in there. then it slides out the bottom.
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Thanks guys, I got it to work! You guys are awesome!
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